Minnesota Researchers Get Lung Cells From Cord Blood

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Researchers at the University of Minnesota were able to get stem cells from umbilical cord blood to differentiate into a certain type of lung cell. Another amazing achievement for adult stem cell research came out last week about scientists in the UK who were able to use umbilical cord blood to grow an artificial liver. This astonishing research is all done using ADULT stem cells and of course the U.S. media is completely ignoring it.

For information on cord blood donation check out: The St. Louis Cord Blood Bank or the National Marrow Donor Program

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